libev 1:4.15-3 source package in Ubuntu

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libev (1:4.15-3) unstable; urgency=low


  * Priority: optional except on development packages
  * dh9 hardening and multiarch
  * Patch configure.ac for automake >= 1.14 support
  * dh-autoreconf is back, now working nicely

 -- Jérémy Lal <email address hidden>  Tue, 10 Sep 2013 00:32:58 +0200

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kapouer on 2013-09-10
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Section:
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Urgency:
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libev-libevent-dev: libevent event loop compatibility wrapper for libev

 Compatibility wrapper "event.h" to enable programs which use the
 libevent event loop to link against libev.
 .
 libev provides a full-featured and high-performance event loop that is
 loosely modelled after libevent. It includes relative timers, absolute
 timers with customized rescheduling, synchronous signals, process status
 change events, event watchers dealing with the event loop itself, file
 watchers, and even limited support for fork events. It uses a priority
 queue to manage timers and uses arrays as fundamental data structure. It
 has no artificial limitations on the number of watchers waiting for the
 same event.
 .
 libev supports select, poll, epoll, kqueue, and inotify.

libev4: high-performance event loop library modelled after libevent

 libev provides a full-featured and high-performance event loop that is
 loosely modelled after libevent. It includes relative timers, absolute
 timers with customized rescheduling, synchronous signals, process status
 change events, event watchers dealing with the event loop itself, file
 watchers, and even limited support for fork events. It uses a priority
 queue to manage timers and uses arrays as fundamental data structure. It
 has no artificial limitations on the number of watchers waiting for the
 same event.
 .
 libev supports select, poll, epoll, kqueue, and inotify.

libev4-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libev4

 libev provides a full-featured and high-performance event loop that is
 loosely modelled after libevent. It includes relative timers, absolute
 timers with customized rescheduling, synchronous signals, process status
 change events, event watchers dealing with the event loop itself, file
 watchers, and even limited support for fork events. It uses a priority
 queue to manage timers and uses arrays as fundamental data structure. It
 has no artificial limitations on the number of watchers waiting for the
 same event.
 .
 libev supports select, poll, epoll, kqueue, and inotify.